US - Paul Morgan, Matthew Stroud and Antonio ‘Junee' Tan-Torres have joined Watson Wyatt Investment Consulting's New York office as senior investment consultants.
In addition, Carl Hess, global director of asset allocation, has taken on the additional role of office practice leader in New York and Christine Loughlin is rejoining the US investment consulting practice in New York after two years in the UK.
Also, Watson Wyatt has appointed Graham Renwick as a senior consultant in its UK benefits practice.
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